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HOPEWELL 
VILLAGE 



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a tour guide 



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Point Park 



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Lookout Mfefgph 

and fhattanooga 

Battlefields 




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WASHINGTON, D.C 



CONGRESS 



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PERRY'S VICTORY 



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Rainbow Bridge 

NATIONAL MONUMENT g 









HOMESTeA* 

NATIONAL MONUMENT • NEBRASKA 

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HOMES 

HOMES 

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NATURAL BRIDGES NATIONAL MONUMENT/ UTAH 



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CAPITOL REEF 

NATIONAL MONUMENT • UTAH 




PROPERTY OF TH® 
UBEARY OF CONGBESg 




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CITY OF REFUGE 

NATIONAL, HISTORICAL PARK 




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PROPERTY OF THB 
UBRABX OF CONGRESI 




HOOVE 




El Parque National de 

4- OCT 



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Las Cavernas de Carlsbad 

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Nuevo Mexico 




GEORGE WASHINGTON CARVER 
NATIONAL MONUMENT 




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PROGRAM OF ACTIVITIES 



July 1 to August 24 







JUNE 1963 ,[)(o A$& 

PROGRAM OF ACTIVITIES 



Allyn F. Hanks, Superintendent 




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NATIONAL HISTORIC SITE, TEXAS 



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NATIONAL MONUMENT 

CALIFORNIA 





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NATIONAL MONUMENT 

LIBftARY OF CQNGS1SS 




California 



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NATIONAL MONUMENT • ARIZONA 




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NATIONAL MEMORIAL •OREGON 




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■ARY OF CONGRESS 



NATIONAL MEMORIAL • OREGO 



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PROPERTY OP THE 
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AND THE 







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SSSraDMOD 30 J' 
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PROPERTY OF THE 
LIBRARY OF CONGL 










NATIONAL PARK 



Maine 

JRAB* OF CONGRESS 



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MOUNTAIN LAKES 
WILD/ AREA *m 





WINEMA NATIONAL FOREST 



U. S. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICOLTORE 

FOREST SERVICE 

PACIFIC NORTHWEST REGION 



UB2ABY OF CONGRESS 




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Great Sand Dunes 

NATIONAL MONUMENT 




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National Historic Site Oyster Bay, Um^M, n.Y. 



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DEVILS 

POSTPILE 

NATIONAL MONUMENT 
C AitL I F O R N I A 



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NATIONAL PARK 
South Dakota 










' THE 
OF CONGEESS 



I JUN ' 4 

Copy 196li 



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EMERALD MOUND 

on the NATCHEZ TRACE PARKWAY 
12 miles Northeast of Natchez, Mississippi 



>E3TY OF THE 
ASY OF CONGI 



GOWPENS 





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June 1964 . Ufa 

PROGRAM OF ACTIVITIES 

fcocfy "Macattaitt TtationtU "Paid, 

William C. James, Acting Superintendent -f« /A 









July 1964 ,Ub 

PROGRAM OF ACTIVITIES 

GRANVILLE B. LILES,\SupSfinlendent 

4 - JUL 1 3 

Copy. 





/<*UTIONAL MWutMENT New MexaS^P^I 
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FORT UNION 




NATIONAL MONUMENT NEW MEXICO 

PROPERTY OP THE 
LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 




4 -MAY13 
Copy 



GEORGE WASHINGTON BIRTHPLACE 
NATIONAL^ MONUMENTAL [RGIN I A 




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COLORADO NATIONAL 

MONUMENT 





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NATIONAL PARK 





NATCHE 
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Mississippi 
Alabama 

Tennessee 




OF THE 

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NATCHEZ TRACE 

*■ % - Mississippi.* 

PA R K WAY ■a**™* 

Tennessee 






WHITE SANDS NATIONAL 
MONUMENT NEW MEXICO 

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t^rWile- I «B visitor centen, the mono- 



A<j»cut 

ment food enters 



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some of theT many interesting^features along the way, 
follow the self-guTae section on the back of this folder. 



WHITE SANDS NATIONAL 
MONUMENT NEW MEXICO 




Abo u f 5, in i | ^Tbe 



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visitor center, the monu- 
ment road enters 3a Jo ^ ^^ 

some of the." ma „y interesting" *«,„,« a)on g the 

follow the seif-gpic^ sectron^H .n^^ acfc of this fo,^' 

:iSY OF CGNGSESS 



WHITE SANDS NATIONAL. 
MONUMENT NEW MEXICO 

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Ab^uf 5-miles beypnj flU visitor center, the monu- 
ment road enters H^uj^area. To l&arn about 
some of thermany interesting features along the way, 
follow the self-gUISe section on the back of this folder. 




NATIONAL PARK ARKANSAS 



HOT SPRINGS 




PR0PERT5T 
LIBRARY Oi 



HOT SPRINCS ' 



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LAKE MEAD 

NATIONAL RECREATION AREA 



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LAKE MEAD 

NATIONAL RECREATION AREA 




PRO 



SSSiM O* CONGRESS 



LAKE MEAD 

NATIONAL RECREATION AREA 



*-£/&&yk 







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LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 




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HISTORICAL PARK 





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LWEPEJWWCE NA TIOJUL 
HISTORICAL PARK 




*I03 *J£ 



4 MAY 2 

Copy 1964 



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On the granite face of 6,000- 
foot Mount Rushmore in the Black 
Hills of South Dakota, carved in 
dimensions symbolic of great- 
ness, are memorialized four 
American Presidents who upheld 
the rights and dignities of the 
common man. Boldly American in 
size and scope, Mount Rushmore 
portrays through these likeness- 
es the beginnings and trials of 
the Nation during its first cen- 
tury and a quarter. Washington 
represents the fight for liberty 
and the birth of the Republic. 
Jefferson is the expression 
of this country's political phi- 
losophy. Lincoln embodies the 
preservation of the Union, and 
Theodore Roosevelt depicts the 
expansion and conservation of 
the Nation as it is today. 

MOUNT RUSHMORE 

Notiono. figffc TI& South Dakota 

LIBEARY OF CONGRESS 





On the granite face of 6,000- 
foot Mount Rushmore in the Black 
Hills of South Dakota, carved in 
dimensions symbolic of great- 
ness, are memorialized four 
American Presidents who upheld 
the rights and dignities of the 
common man. Boldly American in 
size and scope, Mount Rushmore 
portrays through these likeness- 
es the beginnings and trials of 
the Nation during its first cen- 
tury and a quarter. Washington 
represents the fight for liberty 
and the birth of the Republic. 
Jefferson is the expression 
of this country's political phi- 
losophy. Lincoln embodies the 
preservation of the Union, and 
Theodore Roosevelt depicts the 
expansion and conservation of 
the Nation as it is today. 

MOUNT RUSHMORE 

National Memorial • South Dakota 

PKu THE 

LIBE I CONGRESS 




On the granite face of 6,000- 
foot Mount Rushmore in the Black 
Hills of South Dakota, carved in 
dimensions symbolic of great- 
ness, are memorialized four 
American Presidents who upheld 
the rights and dignities of the 
common man. Boldly American in 
size and scope, Mount Rushmore 
portrays through these likeness- 
es the beginnings and trials of 
the Nation during its first cen- 
tury and a quarter. Washington 
represents the fight for liberty 
and the birth of the Republic. 
Jefferson is the expression 
of this country's political phi- 
losophy. Lincoln embodies the 
preservation of the Union, and 
Theodore Roosevelt depicts the 
expansion and conservation of 
the Nation as it is today. 

MOUNT RUSHMORE 

National Memorial • South Dakota 

PROPERTY OF THE 
IJBRARY OF CONGRESS 



WH ITMAN 
MISSION 

National Historic Site 







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WH IT 
MISSION 



National Historic Site 





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WH ITMA 
MISSION 

National Historic Site 




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NATIONAL 
MONUMENT 



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New Mexico 



Bandelier 



NATIONAL 
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New Mexico 






HALEAKALA 



NATIONAL 



ISLAND OF MAUI • HAWAII 




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ONAL PARK, CALIFORNIA 

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President Abraham Lincoln in 1864 signed an Act of 
Congress granting the Yosemite Valley and the 
Mariposa Grove of Giant Sequoias to the State of 
California to "be held for public use, resort, and recrea- 
tion . . . inalienable for all time." Thus was created 
the first "state park" in America and the initial step in 
the development of national parks. This farsighted 
action of a century ago makes it possible for you to enjoy 
this magnificent area today. 

CENTENNIAL EDJTfflU 1864-1964 

LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 




YOSEMITO 

PARS, CALIFORNIA 







PrZf ah °™ Uncoln in m4 «*»* ™ Act of 

-* ^ ress granting the Yosemite Valley and the 
Mariposa Grove of Giant Sequoias to tie State of 
California to -be held for public use, resort, and recrea- 
tion . . inalienable for all time." Thus u>as created 
the first '-state park" in America and the initZl stepti 
the development of national parks. This farTghted 
action of a century ago makes it possible for you to enjoy 
this magnificent area today. J V 

CENTENNIAL EDITION 1864-1964 

LIB£AKY OF CONGHE3S 



ONAL PARK, CALIFORNL 







President Abraham Lincoln in 1864 signed an Act of 
Congress granting the Yosemite Valley and the 
Mariposa Grove of Giant Sequoias to the State of 
California to "be held for public use, resort, and recrea- 
tion . . . inalienable for all time." Thus was created 
the first "state park" in America and the initial step in 
the development of national parks. This farsighted 
action of a century ago makes it possible for you to enjoy 
this magnificent area today. 

CENTENNIAL EDITION 1864-1964 

library of congress 




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NATIONAL BATTLEFIELD 

PENNSYLVANIA 






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Lincoln 
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Tennessee - North Carolina 



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NATIONAL MONUMENT 

CALIFORNIA 



FORT PULASKI 

NATIONAL MONUMENT . GEORGIA^ '(o ^ 

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VanderMt Mansion 



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NATURALIST*/* 
PROGRAM 







GREAT SMOKY MOUNTAINS 

NATIONAL PARK 

PXIOPJESTY OP THn> 
LIBEAIir OF CONGBE.,5 




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FORT CAROLINE /C6 



NATIONAL MEMORIAL • FLORID. 




400^ 

ANNIVERSARY 

1564-1964 



PROPERTY OF THE 
LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 



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BIG HOLE 

NATIONAL BATTLEFIELD 



MONTANA 




HAMPTON 

NATIONAL HISTORIC SITE • MARYLAND 




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NATIONAL MONUMENT . NEW MEXICO 




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YOSEMITE^ 



7hz Story of an Jd< 




by Hans Huth 

AN ACCOUNT OF THE CHANGES IN THE AMERICAN ATTITUDE TOWARD NATURE 

THAT LED TO THE CREATION OF YOSEMITE AS A PARK FOR THE NATION AND 

TO THE CREATION OF THE NATIONAL PARK SYSTEM 



1BS4-705EMITE CENTENNIAL-1S64 

PROPER'! OF THE 
LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 



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PROPERTY OF THS _ . 

jrabx oe co^GBEsaNational Monument • Georgia 



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OCMULGEE 



National Monument • Georgia 




OCMULGEE 



PROPERTY OF THE 

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NATIONAL MONUMENT • FLORIDA 







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FORT JEFFERSON 

NATIONAL MONUMENT • FLORIDA 











FORT JEFFERSON 

NATIONAL MONUMENT • FLORIDA